Do you understand what it means, in practical ways, to embrace the fear of the Lord?
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You cannot have an "after" unless change is taking place.
Everyone said he would not live. They said he would not see. They said he would not walk. They were wrong.
You may think it is impossible to prosper in perilous times. But Curt Landry shares four life lessons that helped him do so.
The same Spirit who anointed Jesus to go about doing good, to heal, proclaim the kingdom and deliver all who were oppressed of the devil (Luke 4:18 and Acts 10:38) is the same Spirit who has empowered all believers to do the same.
Not walking in integrity will create a time or season in which we find ourselves having to justify our lack of it.
It is here that you will receive the joy of the Lord and all the provision you need.
Hint: King David knew this secret.
Steve Quayle wants to see passion for Jesus and the power of the Holy Spirit reignited
Instead of blaming God or becoming bitter, keep believing in Him no matter what.
We must take the gospel to its original intent, and that is Jesus.
Maturity demands that we lay before God our need to control.
Patience may be a virtue, but it is often an elusive one for many of us.
May we be people of both wisdom and faith.
Each time we fail, we have to make a choice. Will that failure define or refine us?
He has allowed things to separate us from the "old normal" so we won't be tempted to return.
We're all tired of this. But good things can come of it.
This is a key element for weathering the storms of life, both now and in the future.
We didn't choose this crisis, but we must decide how we respond.
Jesus didn't have to do a storm-sized amount of work to calm the wind and waves.